With an award from the National Science Foundation, Georgetown will lead a team of scientists to advance research on sources of emerging infectious diseases and train scientists in the field.
Scientists at Georgetown discovered where humans are most likely to transmit diseases to animals — and which animals have higher rates of infection.
Look behind-the-scenes at Georgetown's COVID-19 testing lab, which processes, analyzes and releases the university community's COVID-19 test results in 10 hours on average.
Timothy Newfield, an environmental historian and historical epidemiologist, sheds new light on one of the most significant pandemics in human history.
A new Georgetown course highlights leaders working across sectors to end the COVID-19 pandemic – and invites students to drive change, too.
After a year unlike any other, we remember all the exciting events, historic firsts and memorable moments from 2021.
The university’s nursing and medical students teamed up to administer COVID-19 vaccine booster shots to the campus community. Along the way, the two cohorts gained valuable insights from one another.
Their findings, which stem from cross-campus collaboration, seek to offer policymakers in Latin America new data to address the pandemic.
Since 2007, Georgetown's School of Medicine students have provided medical services to residents experiencing homelessness through the first student-run, free clinic in Washington, DC.
Faculty, student and alumni researchers in Georgetown’s Happiness Lab found online interactions with close ties predicted positive effects — but online interactions with strangers are associated with lower connectedness.